Not quite sure how I got through the very first blog post let alone two years worth, but here I am still going strong. Yup, strong. It is what one must be to get through a parent’s worse nightmare, but no sad chat today. Today, as I ease into another season, I just want to share a few of my fave fall season photos of William (like that sweet one above), a most requested easiest naan recipe (thank you readers) from my King Arthur Flour baking class and announce the winner of my blogiversary give away.
So here goes:
And the same two boys, so many years later
My hunter boy…oh, yes, he cleaned it, I cooked it and he ate it
Thank you all for all the love and support of Good Grief Cook these past 2 years. You are the best.
And the lucky winner is: Haley McBride. Haley please private message me with your address and I will get your autographed book to you ASAP. From my heart to yours please enjoy all the beautiful music and inspired and spirited recipes in this Christmas song and recipe book.
How much for book? Send me email pls and your address
Here is the link to buy an autographed copy: https://www.carlfischer.com/shop/the-ultimate-songbook-of-christmas-classics-lisa-keys-autographed-edition.html
Such talent and strength created with love. You are amazing Lisa!
Only got here through support by friends like you…..you jumped in right from the beginning and I will be ever grateful for that.
Sunday was always cooking day with Aidan. Finding your blog was my inspiration to keep cooking without him. Thank you. Happy blogiversary!
To hear you say that I have inspired you warms my heart and breaks my heart all at the same time
I completely understand that feeling.
Your blog has helped us all get through this terrible loss. Love the pic’s of Tyler and William. Keep blogging mama!!
PS: your cookbook is a delight, the recipes, descriptions and photographs are wonderful. Great job! <3
The blog has been therapeutic in so many ways I did not know about. It has been hard but glad I did it